Scottish League Two round-up: Annan leave it late

Rory McAllister's penalty gave Peterhead a point against Berwick. Picture: SNS

Rory McAllister's penalty gave Peterhead a point against Berwick. Picture: SNS

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ANNAN left it late to record a win over Elgin, while Montrose saw off East Stirling.

Clyde 2-1 Stirling Albion

First half goals from David Marsh and Scott Ferguson gave Clyde a two-goal lead. Bradley Coyne reduced the deficit for Stirling just before the hour mark, but couldn’t find a second. Clyde’s Gavin Brown saw red at the death.

Elgin 2-3 Annan

Elgin will be wondering how they lost this after racing into a two goal lead inside 15 minutes through Craig Gunn and Bryan Cameron. Peter Weatherson pulled one back after half an hour, before two goals in the last 15 minutes from substitute Josh Todd, and Kenneth MacKay handed victory to Annan.

Montrose 2-0 East Stirlingshire

East Stirlingshire remain top on goal difference despite this away defeat. A first-half own goal from Michael McGowan gave Montrose a 1-0 lead before Terry Masson doubled their advantage early in the second half.

Peterhead 1 -1 Berwick Rangers

Berwick took the lead after 18 minutes through Stephen Tulloch, but a penalty from Rory McAllister levelled things on 51 minutes. Fraser McLaren was sent off for the home side just five minutes later but both sides had to settle for a share of the points.

Queen’s Park 1-1 Albion Rovers

An own goal in the 88th minute from Anthony Quinn robbed Queen’s Park of their first league victory this season, after Lee Davison had put the Spiders ahead in the first half. The point leaves Queen’s Park propping up League Two, nine points behind second-bottom Albion.

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